Simcenter Amesim 2019.2: 3 new features explained

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Last fall, we introduced the new version 2019.2 of Simcenter Amesim. Addressing the ever-changing needs of industries for more accurate and competitive system modeling, we focused on three main topics for the new release’s features:
Mechatronic and thermofluid system modeling
– User experience
– Openness

Mechatronic and thermofluid system modeling: Thermal analysis of electric motors

Many enhancements have been made related to the electrification challenge. Among them, you can now improve performance assessment of e-machines by including its thermal behavior in a more realistic environment. You have now access to a detailed thermal model of the machine representing the different sectors that can be integrated into a complete electric drivetrain. In addition, this allows you to more accurately assess both the electromechanical performance and thermal behavior during driving cycles. Check the video below for a detailed application example.

Mechatronic and thermofluid system modeling: Thermal analysis of electric motors

We also integrated a neural network builder allowing you to create a neural network, representing static and dynamic systems. Without prior knowledge, you are now able to easily simplify complex dynamic systems into compact, real-time neural networks and re-use them in Simcenter Amesim models. Check the tech tips video below to learn how to use this new tool.

Openness: High performance computing study

From now on, it is easy to submit a Simcenter Amesim model to HPC for non-experts through a dedicated graphical user interface (GUI). To this end, scripts or command lines are not mandatory anymore and you can easily monitor simulation status and access results from the GUI. Read this knowledge base article to learn more about this feature, or watch the video below !

This article is repubblished from the Simcenter Blog, by CMahaM 

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